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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Sep 11, 1905

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Array m.  m  I  | LEGISLATIVE  ASSEMBLY  ���������  Ledger  *���������**:.:  0.  ���������"X  ;.r-  ������  ���������"������   ���������"��������� r  ^   "SIP 13 1905   - ������i  !C������  Tt)L,.8,  MONDAY,  SEPT  1],   1905.  PRICK FIVE   CENTS  -j*-"  '  m  k  ?n  !  i  ���������j  iii  i  W. J. WATSON APPOINTED SUPT,  i*  The Appointment of Mr; Watson for the Tyee Smelter  Has Been Made  Mr, Kiddie Will Remove to CroiV  ton With His Family in  a Few Days  GOOD   61D  Clfil  .COMING UP  REPORTS      FROM     THAT   SECTION      ARE  VERY      ENCOURAGING. /  THERE ARE WAGON LOADS OF  GOLD YET IN THAT RICH  1     SECTION.  I  FOR U  BARON KOMURA III III ACCIDENT ON NEW  NEW IYQBK  CELEBRATES HIS   EIGHTY-  FIFTH     BIRTHDAY      BEHIND THE BARS.  WHILE      IN     PRISON HE HAS  BEEN   OPERATED  ON  AND  CURED  OF  BLINDESS.  R^  BA  ,     Mr.  Thomas   Kiddie  for   the past,  four     years superintendent of     thc  Tyec smelter, under whose aide management     (he same  was  built, and  . who has made it a complete success,  } will soon assume charge of the Crof-  ��������� ton smelter, probably about the first  ' of next mcnlli.  ;   <-Mr, "Kiddie's  resignation  has> been  -   reluctantly   , accoiJled  by   the  Tyee  '  " Company, with  which his connection  .( has been since he first hecanie asso-  ! ciated   with-thorn,  most  cordial.  1 " Mr     W.  J.  Watson,, Tor the past'  .'-two years   assistant superintendent,'  '_, .'has  been asked  by  the company  to  V accept -the superintendency and will  '--'assume charge upon Mr. Kiddie's re-  a first-class  inetalrugist  and  his position for the pust two years '   has  given     him    a thoroughly  practical'  knowledge  of the business of.smelting  ores of this  section,   lie      is ji  young,   aneijgetic    wan,    a������d   will,'  without,   doubt,   be able to fill  the  important, position  lo which lie has  been  appointed   in  a thoroughly  satisfactory manner.  Mr. Kiddie will reside at Crofton.  A residence belonging to the Crofton pcop!" is now being made' rcady^  for hii o which with' his family  lie will remove within a few weeks  H is hardly, necessary lo add that  Mr. Kiddie and family will take  with   them   the best wishes of    the  Regarding     recent developments at      Newr      Yor]       g   ,    u _wm  V.ing Dam,  Cariboo, a correspondent  Ke���������y(     kii0wi/    a his     f(j  tirement.    Mr.   Watson  is recognized J Ladysmith    community,   where  they  among mining and smelting  men   as'are so well and'favorably known.-. ,  f;  i i .>-  t    -  *������������������-,������  CONTEST IN WHICH  BRITT WASPEFEATED  Nelson Puts His Opponent  Out  in Eightheenth Rounds A  Close Contest  'San'Francisco.-In     a fight  which, and kept    it there     throughout    the  had many   novel features Battling &&.j round.   The fightefs hugged each j>th-  .r������on,o/Chicago.    .lEnoi-W   out,     ,i-ies   er and both were     bleeding and tired  -Edward Bntt,  of   San iiYan.., .-, at i In the   sixth     Nelson suddenly took  Colma Saturday  afternoon.) The end  tlic lead and getting- Jlntt into a cor-  camein the   eighth round and wi a *���������er     beat*      him    about     the body  'fairly won     \ictory.   It was the SUC-. ��������� ...   .      '        -      ���������    - ?'  cess of   the strong,     enduring fighter i   '        ������������k' a     temble bating afcojit  against a   cie\ er,  cool.  bo.\er.   i< rom ', the body'   unable for a 4ini������ to block  the first    of the   , light until Referee j Nelson, but m a    flash Britt   braced  Graney finished     thc count of 10 sec-' up.. He put     himself in the middle of  ends,  Nelson forced the fhdilin-'     ������.- ��������� *.,��������� .... ���������  ,,,,., ,      ... I'fjULiu^     ������.    tlM, rm    antj     met Nelson with  two  though suiiermg   from nianv lruimri ..  b    i-jiii many  iiui.ui;      n  n- swrngs in the     lace.   He  nig blows on the face rind '.Jly. .inn  being at tunes very tired. Nelson  never^ gave ground. He ������-.nu> ha. k  after every attack by Ik'It, iiiv-.i;s  leady to exchange blows l\>r the  rushing, forcing, persisting tix'-rsof  Nelson     Bntt could iind   no cfeotivc  blow.   Tlio     CaUfornian     tried evuy '  blow known to hun to drop his orpo-i  . , , .    , .,.     .,  1 IF    'cing up for a few minutes.   After tins  slugged m ono desperate effort * ibiut  agUin the gong ended the round at  an opportune, moment for Nelson. In  the Kith Nelson slugged and sent the  Caiifornian to the rcjpes. Above an  others could- be heard the voice of  Spider Kelly, who shouted, "brace  Jimmy!"   Jimmy obeyed by bra-  I  if  - ncnl Every way Bntt failed, -U-*  though he punished Nelson severely,  knocking��������� turndown once. With a  reach Britt delivered two most tcr-  riflic blows on tho most vulnerable  spot on Nelson's body, his stomach.  Nelson faltered a moment, then tottered. Britt ujuickiy turning his attention to Nelson's face, sent Nelson  to the floor with a hook. Nelson was  quickly on lus feet again however.  Time, after time, Nelson would glide  along after Britt much after the style  of Fitzsinimons, never clever on his  feet, but always trying to shorten  the distUnco between his oppanent  and himself. Tireless persistence in  disregard of physical punishment characterized Nelson's fighting throughout.  Britt fought most gamely at all  times, but after his spurt in tho  third round the Caiifornian lighter  weakened perceptibly to those sealed  close lo the ringside. Britt had used  all his strength, all his cleverness and  ail his blows in the early stages. He  appeared lo realize this as he took his  corner after the fourth pound as he  was unable to hurt his opponent.  Nelson also seemed to reach this decis  ion at the same time, and suhsc'r-/iient  ly made him go the harder. Except  in spots the rounds were all very  much alike. Nelson always forced  Britt to keep near his corner. The  refereeing was successful according to  popular opinic/n. In the fifth round  Britt held a momentary advantage,  staggering Nelson with a series ol  blows and making a desperate effort  to win. This was tbe first round in  which either had made any show of  mixihjj it up, Britt looking for an  opening to end the fight. Both were  bleeding at the dose of that round.  It did not seem possible lhat a fight  could be closer than the fifth round;  the succeeding period of three seconds  brougtt th**    .yiast crowd to its feet  ho appeared to tire fast- The pace  was slower and in Nelson's favor.  In the tenth and eleventh rounds Nei  son continued to wear out Britt.  In the l'2th Britt rawed suddenly and  battered Nelson for two minutec  Nelson cdvered his jaw and took most  of the a, blows on the nose, ears and  stomach. Britt wore himself otit and  finished the round tired. It became  evident to Britt's seconds after the  12th round that their man was being  beaten. They sought to. bolster up  his wavering confidence with cheerful  ! remarks, but Britt appeared to rea-  iiizo that he was beaten- In- the"  13th Brill took a beaten with game-  ness. The 14th was thc most exciting one of the fight Nelson know-  I Ing Bntt was tiring rast, had before  him the determination, to end the bat-  Iicj In five seconds he '���������had Brill  staggering about, his head lowering  and almost out. Time and again  Nelson landed on Brit Is face driving  him against the ropes. Only cleverness on Britt-s part prolonged the  light beyond the IGlh Seei.iig his ["  brother beaten down. Willie Britt  shouted     "swing,   Jimmy,     swing!"  writes that during recent drilling  operations conducted'by the Lightning Creek Oohl Crave! and Drainage Company on their property at  Wing Dam, the old channel ot Light,  ning Creek was' encountered at a  depth or 1������5 feet to lied rock. Results wore most atifying. The an.  cicnt channel is about (iO feet below  (deeper) Uie old workings.  In pay gravel  on  bedrock an     extremely  rich  prospect of gold     was  found and brought lo the surface by  means of  a vacuum   pump, which is.  one of  the appliances used  in    connection   i with the Keystone drill in  determining  underground   formations  The amount of coarse gold  recovered'was beyond expectation.  " With this     tangible result as evidence,   it   proves  conclusively     that  the - --ancient     channel   of   Lightning  Creek is     e | ally  as rich at Wing  Dam as it was further up stream in  the vicinity of Stanley,  where      it  proved  to be so phenomenally rich.  The depth and location of the old  channol being determined, this ro-  mo.es stupendous obsticies hereto  fore existing, thus future operations  will not be conducted under .adverse  conditions as formerly, but will lie  carried on with a certainty of final  success.  The new  system     inaugurated  by  Mr.  Keast in  the  installation      of  pumps     for     deep ground drainage,  thereby avoiding the cost of sinking  shafts and driving  tunnels ; for that1  purpose,  as outlined   in the Journal  in  April,  1905,  has  proven  a   complete success.    Two' pumps  by  this  new and economic method, are now  and     have  been,    in   operation -for.  more than  a month.    This   valuable  innovation has- been  thoroughly tested .and  it is safe  to say its success  is assured.  The writer,  who lias been on the  ground wjl say  with  confidence that  the comparative limited cost of   installation, ^ operation  and  the excellent results obtained,  exceeds by far  any  method     or system of diaining  deep grounds that has heretofore been  tried in  Cariboo.      In addition     t0  these pumps  above   mentioned,    another pump of  large  capacity more  than scopes with the amount of water in the working shaft,  water power being employed.  This  correspondent  does  not stale  the value     of  the    "icxtieniely rich  prospect" brought to  the surface.  It  is repotted here that its value   was  $13, which is certainly an extremely  rich     prospect  to  come  from a, six-  inch hole.    The  Journal  notes  with  great  satisfaction   that   Superintendent Keast has been successful with*  his  system���������<an  entirely new  one in  Carihoo���������of draining  by pumps tliiv-  en from the surface.���������Asheroft Journal.  iam.  among   His     fellow  prisoners as  "Uncle Bill" celebrated  yesserday his     851 h biithday.   lie is  lias  been      incarcerated  longer  than  the oldest convict  in  thc  state and  any     person now ju a new state institution.    Kelly was  placed  behind  the bars 31     years and four mo-nllis  ago for murder in     the second degree  commitltd   in   Queen's   county.   The  judge,  and so  far as known, all  the  jurois,     have   lorn,' since died.       In  celebrating    his     anniversary, Ktlly  ���������scaled  himself  in his  big arm chair  while the other convicts passed by,  each  shaking   his  hand  and   wishing  hi in success in efforts soon to     "lie  made to obtain lus pardon.  - After  Kelly   had  been   in   prison   a  Uttle more  than  20  years, 'he    |bc-  came stone  blind.    For   12-years' be  sal in darkness,     then a New York  physician   visited  Sing- Sing,- and   in  passing  through  the  hospital  ward,  he noticed the blind convict.  "1 think "this case ought to lie  cured," remarked lhe specialist." Kelly agreed to an operation, saying he  could not lie made any Jilinder- The  operation   was  a success and  tl*- old  JAPANESE ENVOY IS SUFFERING AND CANCELS   ALL  SOCIAL ENGAGEMENTS- ,  I.ATO DENIES THAT A Sf'CRET  TREATY BETWEEN 1EB  EMPERORS   EXT'JT.  Ci.  i.i  man-s   sight   was  completely  ed.  res lor-  TO ARRANGE  ARMISTICE  Godzuadani, Manchuria, Sept. 11.  ���������Major General Ovanovsky, 'ir*uarter-  mas-ter goneral of General- Line-  vitc-h's staff, has been appointed  plenipotentiary to meet the 'Japanese representatives 'and arrange the  terms of an armistice. _ ���������  New Yoik, Sept. 10.���������Baron Komura i.s ill in his apartments al the  Waldorf Astoria hotel ,uul all the  social engagements of the .lapamso  peace envoy's loday weie cithci (-,in-  eelled or  indefinitely   postponed.  Mr. Sato, spokesman for Lhe ." :.p-  anese party, said Baron Koinura 'jC-  came suddtnly ill Saturday night,  and Dr. W. IL Prilchard was. culled  in attendance. The Raron i.s suffei-  ing from intcst-'iial troubles. The  high temperature which prevailed  last night, however, was consi-1 --.i-  bly ieduced today. While the illness  i.s not regarded as serious, >,v'vi  Kom'ira has been told he must rest  for  a few   days.  Tbe  Japanese   have   planned  leave New  York  next  Thursday  Seattle,  whence  they  will sail  reel  foi   home.    Mr.  .Sato Mlded  denial of  the Japanese  envoy's  that of the Russians .made . ���������ntniay  lo  the statement;  that a peerpti *��������� city of peace had  been  made  between  the two emperors.  YORKRAILROAD  A Car Filled  With Passengers  Falls into .Street and Ten  Are Killed  Thirty  Seriously  oner   Causes  Injured-"*Cor-  Arrest of  Train  Officials  to  for  di-  the  10  FLOUR  MILL'S   CAPACITY  1   WILL BE .3,000 BARRELS  WEEK  OF TURMOIL  RESULTS  IN   RESIGNATIONS.  10.���������The situation  but agitation  in a  T.oKio,    Sept.  continues   quiet,  mild form' continues in the provinces. The slatue of Marquis Ito, torn  from its pedeslal at Kobe, has  been recovered and restored to its  position. . Tsunabi Adachi, Chief of  (he Metropolitan police, has , resigned and it is belic\ed Viscount  Yoshokav/a, minister of home affairs, also tendered his resignation  .as lhe result of the week of turmoil.  Fort    William,      Out.,  Sept.   10.���������  President    Shaughnessy     and   party  reached  here this  afternoon and   af-  ter  examining  thc company's   terminals,  proceeded  west,    Mi.  Mosmci,  president of the Ogilvie Flour Mills,  examined,   along  with Mr.  Black, the  company's     new elevator and  flour  mill.   The   latter   is progressing  ra|K  idly and when completed will  have a  capacity     of    3.000 barrels per day,  and   will  he  one   of the   most  complete and  up  to dale flour mills   oi  the continent.  DISORDERS  RENEWED  IN WARSAW  EMPEROR   WILLIAM  WANTS NO WAR.  Hamburg, Sept.. 10.���������Speaking at a  provincial dinner here on Sunday,  Emperor William declared thai his  chief care as.a ruler was to preserve  the peace of. his country.  MINISTER   TAKATURA   MAY  GOiTO ST. PETERSBURG.  London, Sept 11���������A despatch to  a news agency from St. Petersburg  says it is reported there that M.  Talahira, Japanese minister at  Washington, will be appointed minister..of Japan at  St.. Petersburg.  Bntt swung his right hand  with  all ,   ,  ,. ,       5,   .'���������..,   ,.     ~, ... I arrested    about  his     strength in his body.   The yowl.    ,  landed and Nelson wag not only stop'  ped, but seemed to give ground, Britt  pressed the advantage.   With his feet  far apart to steady himself once more'  he     landed on Nelson with  fun arm  swings, finally bringing the Dane to al  clinch.   The gong found them head to  head, slashing each other with   both  arms-.   Ten   thousand  men  arose and  cheered      the   boxers.   The desperate  struggle in   the" 14th     round compel.1  ling both men to slow down-.   In the  neflt two rounds no decisive work, was  done by  either,  though Nelson show-  Warsaw,  Russian  Poland, Sept. 11  ���������In conscrquence of the execution on  Friday of Ivan  KajSipshak,  a socialist  leader  who   was  condemned  by      a  court  martial   for  inciting  political  murder,     an tho     factors in Warsaw  struck today.    Cossacks  and   infantry?  arc patrolling  the streets  today.  A large number of arrests have  been made in a theatre at Lodz last  night. An .individual from the gal-  ery flooded the house with revolutionary documents, whereupon Hie  police surrounded   the  theatre     and  200     of   the   occu-  The  report,  not  yet officially imade  that the Joan will call once a'week  leach  way  to and  from Nanaimo  to'  Vancouver  is something  in the way  of   needed  ccinecti-ens.   it   is       not  what   Ladysmith  should   receive,   for  it should he, put  on equal terms both  for  freight rates and passenger accommodation   with   Nanaimo.    Doubtless   the   C.P.R.   intend   this  weekly  .service only as a.temporary arrange-  jp ment,   until  a complete  and  fair service  can  he  arranged;  onc   that will  give  us      thc  same service between  Vancouver   and   Ladysmith   that   Nanaimo      hf>s   between  the   two cities,  and   the same freight rates.  We can  not well ask.for more and  thc merchants  of Ladysmith and   lhe traveling   public  win   not  he satisfied with  less.  THE PLAGUE  IS  SPREADING IN   PRUSSIA  Prussia, Sept.   11.���������Seven new cases of cholera wore reported today in  six     villages    "in  tins administiative  distiiet.    Two convicts   died  of  the  disease at  Gnesen.    The totals       in  this  district  in which cholera cases  have been      more numerous  than m  any other section arc only 33 cases  and   fifteen   deaths.  (   Marienwerder,  West Prussia,   Sept  tl.���������Six fresh casos^of  cholera  have  been  reported in five places  in  this  district.   Two deaths have occurred.  BURNED FOUR TOWNS  AND   KILLED  COMMANDER  Belgarde, Sept. 10.��������� According li  information received here from Prie-  pplis, on....the Turkislr frontier,- one  thousand arnuts ha\e crossed the  frontier, into Servia and burned four  towns, Killing the commandant of  the Servia suaixls.  ACCIDENT  AND BURIAL-  FUND BENEFITS  VILLAGE DESTROYED  AND   MANY   KILLED.  I  St.     Petertburg,   Sept.   10.��������� The-  worst news today came from the Se-  angesurski  district of the Caucasus,  where it is reported  many  Armenian  villages    have been  destroyed      and  hundreds of persons  killed.  The whole of the Tartar population has arisen and has been joined  by  four thousand  Kurds  from     tlic  TO SHOOT UP  THE TOWN  Jas. Me Knight of Lyllon, was  found, guilty on the charge of resisting the police and fined $100 by  Magistrate Christie. The case was  tried at Lyllon on Wednesday. From  information received it seems that  McK.-nig.ht got  noisy  when  rcpriman-  ed more strength whenever they came  to a     clinch.   A left hand swing to government     has protested to  the Jaw sent Britt down and out,',      Persian government.  Persian side of the Atlas River. The  dc<l by Constable McGillivry, he pul'  the     led  a gun  and    threatened  to shoot  1        the town.  Following  I.urial . Fund  of  August:  M.   Ingham    L. Giaconia ............  Chas.  Sarino    Geo.   Badovinac    J no  Balli   Louis   Fisher     Jno.  Gordon     Geo.   Leigh ton   Fi't-d   Marshall      Ales.   Galloway     M.  Qu-'tin    Chas. Bdimlnston ...  E. Lowe 'salary for  Wm. Russell   (salary  E.  -o���������  are  the Accident     and  benefit*-  for   the month  $ 31.00  ... 31.00  .. 31.0(1  .. lfi.fiO  - Hi .11(1  .. 23.0(1  .. 2 7.00  .. 0.(10  .. 7.011  .. 7.011  .. 10.0(1  .. 13.CO  .. n.O'i  ...  5.00  New  York,,  N.Y.,  Sept.   11.���������Several    pei sons are    reported to have  been   killed   in an  accident on      the  West   side    elevated   railroad      this  morning at 53rd street and 9th ave.  A   south-bound  Ninth   Avenue train  crowded  with  passengers,  is  reported to have struck an open switch al  the junction  with   the Sixth   Avenue  ono.   One     car    Sen onto the .street,  turning over in its .descent and landing   bottom   upwards.      Seveial   other cars  were left  hanging from  the  structure.  The  car  which  fell was  well   filled  and  a large  number  of  persons    are  ���������eporled  injured.  Coroner Scholar  was early on the  least  ten or more.    The injured will  scene   and  said   the  dead   will  be at  number  25  to 30.,  Thc bodies of six persons have  been taken from the wreck. They  are unidentified men and one an ��������� unidentified woman. Two are those of  E. P. Scheible of New York ' and  J. N. llauspach, the latter a member of the New York Board of  Trade.  Coroner Scholar has caused the  arrest oi J. W. Johnson the conductor, and Timothy Higginson, K. Mc-  Davilt and B, Clarke, the guards.  Motorman Paul Kelly and C. A.  Jackinson the \ .Athenian on duty at  53rd. etieet and ninth avenue, has  disappeared, the police say, and cannot be. found.  Up  lo  9.30  seven  bodies had  been  tal>en  from  the wreck and the head  of     another   found   on  the  elevated  tracks.    Two   of  the   injured  are fatally hurt.  Dining the coroner's preliminary  examination Conductor J. 'V. Johnson  said:  "Coroner, ��������� you can go p . ������i the  elevated road at 59th street and  see for yourself. You will find rive  signal is yellow and green, which  means that, the south-bound north  avenue train has the right of way  and a clear track."  Owing lo an open switch the first  car^of the   ninsh    avenue train took  the switch,     -barely    staying    on the  rails .and turned     into 53 street instead of going down ninth avenue-  The  switheman,  it  is alleged, when  lie saw      his    -blunder,     turned  his  switch  back again as if to send the  li.iin on     the   straight track down  ninth avenue.    As'soon'"ds   r.his  v as  done  the   train   was   wrecked:     The  second   car  got  around the  turn hut  the  third  car,   owing to the switch  being changed,   was  thrown  off   the  track.      It fell onto the street, completely turning over  and laading upside down.    The fourth, car and   lfi.h  car also   left the rails, but  did njt  fall to  the street.     The fourth car  struck with terrific force against ihe  building at the  southwest corner of  ninth avenue and rested against the  (ire escape.    This building is  occupied   in      pari-by  Mrs.   Crow,   whose  family   was  at breakfast.    The  passengers   in   the   fourth  and  fifth cars  were able  to  save  themselves     and  get to the street in safety by climbing through the windows of Mrs.  Crow's apaTlmcnts, for the fire escapes against which the fourth car  lested,  Policeman     Edward     Moran,  who  was     injured, was standing beneath  the structuie when the accident happened.        He leaped when he heard  the crash overhead.  "I turned round  and    saw     the' car  coming tn  the  street," he said.  "It felf with        a  crash  and  opened    out.  The people'  were jammed    forward holding        to  the straps  and  mixed  up  together.  When  the sides broke out they were -  the lucky    ones.   Those  who could  not get out were the worst injured.  "I     saw    there  was  awful  work  ahead, so I ran to Fifty-first street  and)turned in an alarm. Then I sent  a call for all the ambulances in tho  city     and asked     for police reserves.  Corning back I called  for help from  all persons.   The street was strewn,  with injured     people  and  we lifted -  them     into grocery wagons, trucks,  anything handy, and hurried them to  Rockvilie  hospital     Many   of  them ,  were women.   They had fainted and  it looked as if nearly  all were dead.  "When  the firemen came they be-,  gan dragging  people  out  of thecal'. ,'  The further down they got into the'  macs of humanity the slower     the  work became and the    more serious -  were the wounds of those rescued.   '  , ������.'.The   excitement among   those  in  tbe derailed cars on  the structure,-  as they realized what had happened,  became  intense.    In  the* forward car  the    men,     deeming the motorman  was  responsible for  the  wreck, .attacked  him  and  tried - to  beat   him.  He was dragged from  his  seat,  but  he   shouted for   fair  play,   and     convinced the crowd'.that  it was     the  switchman and not he  that  was responsible.  Eight  bodies of those  billed in the  wreck were taken to   17 th street police station and  laid  out  for identiT  fieation.    The  head   which- was found  detached  from the body was    that of  Solomon   Nugast,  He  had  been sitting at    the     front  end  of the car  which jimi'ied  into the street when a  sharp,*,piecc  of  board   or   metal severed  his   head   from  his  body       as  cleanly as  though done with an axe.  Both head and  body  were found on  the tracks,  but separated by several  voids  "I am satisfied that the whole accident was due  to the criminal carelessness of the switchman," said the  coroner   this   morning.   "In   the first  place he made a mistake  in turning  the     Ninth  Avenue train  into 53rd  street,     and then added to his blunder    by     turning    the   switch  back  again in an attempt to divert     the  train into Ninth  Avenue  again. The  last   mistake  caused   the  terrPble-accident and loi-'s of life."  Comeliou A. Jackinson, the switch  man, who was blamed for the disaster, was arrested at his home "after  the accident. He maintained that he  had set the switch right..  ���������SEVERE  FIGHTING  AMONGST  TRIBESMEN  Alio-.   ...  for Aug  $239.50  LOWE,  Sec-  Every evening from now on the  footballers' will l*irn out to regular  practice. These practices should he  wen attended\i.nd some of thc time  of the sports should he dcvoled to  ���������basketball.  Tangier,    Sept.    .0.���������Samuel     IT.  (iunmete,     the     American   minister,  and     a number  of  European  inhnbi-  l.-i.nks   have  abandoned   their  residences  in   the   suburbs and removed to  the centre  of  the town at   the     re-  c-iiesl   of   the  Moroccan   authorities,  who said  they  were unable   io giar-  aiitee    their security   owing   t*>  the  disturbed  condition  of  the  surrounding   districts. "  Severe  fighting  continues  bet.vecn  l.aisuli's  and other tribes.  f  COULT)N-T  SEE HER DROWN.  ICc was sitting on the steps of  Ratciiff Stairs, Duke's street, eating  an apple, when lie was suddenly ar-  icused by loud screams of -'"-'ci.  j R i.iSr'ng to the.edge of the wator, le  saw* a girl: Sarah Anne KnuWey,  struggling for life. She had gone  down twice, and was sinking the  third time.  The brave little lad without hesitation jumped into the water, which  at this spot is about 10 ft deep, and  safely brought the girl to the edge of  the stairs.  When seen by a "Paiiy Mail-' repre-  sehtative the little ones appeared non  the worse for their immersion, and  on being congratulated on his gallant  conduct the little fellow naively replied: "I couldenjt see her drown,  could I."  Charles Howard, a sturdy liltie  hare legged, fkxened haired boy cf  seven, who resides at 10<9, Harrow-  si reel'    iimehon.se, is the hero of the  East  End of London, says a London   paper. ������  Between the  18th and the  20th the-:     His  darlng m saving {])_ ,.fe    ()f &   Tf     ^ ._ & moeting Qf the City.  smelter will agam ���������begin work, the ex-, f,iri 0f thirteen from drowndtng   has Council     tonight Aid. Nicholson  will  act date is not yet fixed. ��������� [made him the idol of the district     introduce his Electric Light by*aw.  Mmm DAILY LliDG ER  THE DAILY LEDGfR  Published   every day except  Suaiiay  BY       THE       DiVlLY        LEDGER  ' COMPANY.  Offices,' Ladysmith  and  Duncans  SUBSCRIPTION  PRICE  90  cents  a  month;    $5   per  year,   id  advance.     Advertising rates  on ap  plication.  ���������Mills IT 5  "5^  MONDAY,   SEPT   11,   lDOo.^  CHEAPER  LIGHTS.  Vancouver     people  are  demanding  Reaper electric lights  and the popular demand seems lo  ho for   lhe city  unless it   c-r-n   secure very   much'hot- .  l(.r,rales  iton  it bow  has  from it.0)  B    C   Elect rir Company,   to   install  ,  its  own  lighting system.   Vancouver  statements  arc   io   the  effect      that  Mayor   Buscnmuc  ha*,  now * available  all   information   required   in   conm-c-  ,���������.���������   x,ith     the  cost   or   establishing  ]  and   maintaining  a municipal   ligM'ng  "plant   '     His     otlieial   investigations  l,avo   determined   him   in   the   belief  lhat   the  rates   in  vogue  in   Vancouver  at  prcscul   are   outrageously  excessive- .  "The  max mum  and  minimum  rains  for   incandescent   lights   in   Taen-  m.vnre    joighl* and  three cents   per  kilowatt hour,  as compared  with  12  and   eight   cents  per  kilowatt  hour,  respectively,  in'Vancouver.  This sim-  pl'y  means  that   the citizens  of Vancouver,   in  regard   to   the  maximum  consumption   charge,   lire   pay.ing   170  per cn���������t.  more- Ita   the same, charge  in vogue   in  Tacoma,"   declared    His  Worship  vestcrdiiy morning.  "  Nor is this all,"    lie   continued.  "The minimum   quotation  here  is 50  ���������per  cent,   higher   than   lhe charge  in  thc.   corresponding  classification    in  Tacoma.   Jt  is   thc same story  of a  proportionate   increase   iu   regard  to  the   intermediate  classifications,   culminating,   as   I have   just   indicated,  in the  maximum  rate,   indicating an  advance  of ' 1GC   per   cent,   over  the  corresponding  classification,   or  maximum consumption charge  that   prevails  in   the   American  city."  His    Worship    also  showed       the  . schedule    of rates charged   the cilivens of Seattle*..  ��������� ������������������'Figure it for yourself,"  urged the  chief    magistrate.      "Those   figures  will show an even  greater  discrepancy- "-ictween   the  Vancouver   rales and  those imposed  in Seattle."  Seattle has just established a mil'  hicipal lighting establishment whose  light and power rates arc far below  any rates maintained by private corporations. Thc maximum lyht rate  for the residence districts is a third  v less than the rales made by private  Joi porations.  New French Flannels  ALL   COLORS,   NICE   PATTERNS.  % 50c 60c- a ><������������������  A Special   line  OP  UMBRELLAS      $200 each  ^^^^^^j/^^^^l^lt_^_t__t_____Mn_m__eB������t���������w^m^^^mt^^K-mmm  Flannellette Gowns  MOSTLY   STRIPED   WITH'  FRILL   ON. NEC!,'        AND  SLEEVES   65c m*  Flannellett Drawers  IN GREY,  WORTH S:"i c   65c a pa'r  New Ancona Flannels  IN NEAT  STRIPES      AND  POLKADOTS     j******.^  12 l-2c-*&%.  Children's Navy Tam$|  Special 25c\  Boys'& Girls'  BLACK AND TAN RIBBED  CASHMERE     HOSE, REG-JT-,  ULAR 45   AND  50 CENTS. m������  Spe.3Pr.#/.002=  Flannellette Skirts  iN      WHITE,  PALE  BLUE,  AND PINK WITH   PLOUNCE  $100 each  New Belts  MOSTLY. ALL TAFFETA jag  SILK IN ALL COLORS, g^  WITH  NICE  BUCKLES  2&.  Blouses  SATEEN      AND   ANCONA  FLANNEL,  WITH  STRAPS  AND  BRASS   BUTTONS  IN  ALL  COLORS   85c- each  Baby Shoes  WITHSOFT"SOLES IN ALL I  COLORS^ BOTH BUTTON,  AND LACED    2&- Pa"i  RATES fa.oo PEP. BAY  SAMPLE ROOMS   ,  BAR SUPPLIED WITHTBHS,  WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  ABBOTS'FOR!  'C  Beet accomodation in town.    Splendid h.nUnR and .Win* *" "' ^,^ L  A.J. MciWURTR IP, Proprietor LA -  Newly filled up and  Furnished  Good tables and good  Rooms  PORTLRND HOTEL.  ANGELO TATE.PROP.  Board at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extra well  ,   Stocked  '  The New Western Hotel  .;  Good rooms,-   good beds, and good board.  Our Bar is newly fUtedup and well supplied an*l Is in charge ol  JOS. PELLIGRINELLI  'Phis  Hotel  has   been  completely    Board and lodging'. $1.00 per day.  renovated.  HOTEL    PRETORIA  JOHN THA, Proprietor  Canadian Pacific  Railway  ��������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������  ATLANTIC STEAMTHIPTICKETS  Tickets on Sale To and From all European Points  AT, LOWEST RATES  ALL LINES   REPRESENTED.     ,  For Sailing Dales, Rates and full information,  GEO. L. COURTNEY.  8G Govt. Street,  Victoria B.C. -    Dist. Freight &. Pass. Agt  Low Round Trip Rates  -VIA-  Bar Supplied with  the Best   Wines, 1st Avenue  Liquors and Cigars.  :-: Ladysmith B.C.  J.  TICKET   OFFICE  and   Yates Sti.,  Cor.  Government  Victoria, B. C- ;  RESTAURANT  ��������� Ccr. 5th Avenue &,Baden Powell Sii-eet  Open night and Day. A good meal at any hour  Mea-s 35c. and Upward  Nanaimo. Limited^    .  ,-������������������____________________________________^rmmmk��������� 1      ' ' '  drome,  Palis.   "The Princess,  whose'day.   When     I got ' better and   was  identity  then I did  not  know," ���������   lie   for   many   weeks   a patient  in      the  says,   "came  very  often  to  the Hip-   Kothsehitd   Hospital.   Presents       of  podromo,  and  I remember on   several | flowers and  books came to  me every  occasions   that   she  consulted   me af- | day. '' When   I got   bettwe  and      was  ter   the   performance   regarding    my. j utile   to again  appear  at  the Hippo-  metlnifls o''  dealing  with  the  lions. I   drome,   I discovered   the   identity  of  left Palis  last  year  to  fulfil  my Co-   lhe   mysterious   lady  who sent   them  nev  I������Iand engagement,  and then my   to  me.''    But it   was  the death  of a  accident  happened.    When  I returned  lo   Paris   last   winter   [ was   only     a  vest 1-go  of     myself.    I  was  in poor  health,    I had  only  onc arm,       my  whole nervous     s\stein  was still Buffering   from   the  shock   of Thc" 'ampu  tation.    It became  necessary   to per-| 1 ied  in  Paris.  ravoiite dog, called Pluto, of j.oua-  vita's, that brought, tbe couple together. With this senlimentul cps-  sodc the couple'found that they  were in love with one another, and  in  April  last they were quietly mar-  Best  accommodation  for  transient  ind permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND      HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfort-  aMy furnished and the bar Is up-to-  d-te. Rales $1.00 a day and up-  w uds.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  I>������lanada x :���������. '���������'��������� >--' Laayaialtt  THE JONES HOTEL  One Dollar Per Day.  Gooff Table, Good Bed and Good Ear  (Half Block from Depot.)  GAT ACRE   STREET-     Ladysmith.  HOTEL  DOMINION  ���������Rates *1 25 and*L50���������  F.-ee bus to all steam-boat landings and  railway depots.    Electric cam tvery fiv(  roinuloH  to nil pails of   the city.   Bai  and table uni-xcelled.   ,  F. BAYNES.Pioprietor,  ABBOTT  ST.,  VANCOUVER B, C.  St. Paul, Dulutli, Sioux City,  Omaha, Kansas City $60.00  St. Lous $67.50Chicago 71.50  Dates of "sale, August 2-lth and 25 th  September   16lb   and   17Hi.  Philadelphia $87,00  i  Dates' of sale,  September  7 th to 11  Final return limit 90 days     from  date ef sale. ' .     '  For full particulars call on or address  S. G. YERKES,     E. R. STEPHEN  Q.W.P.A. '��������� Government st  3  Transcontinental  Trains Daily  3  VACINATE   FISH   TO  MAKE   Til KM   WOOLESOME.  Alarmist.    Parisian      doclois    ha\o  made  onc   more     horrible  disco-,cry  Freshwalrr   crayfish area great delicacy in     Palis    I.ul it has been found  thai  they are liable to a certain  mi-  croluaii   disease-   This      does   not  appear lobe actually    communicable to  man.   Still, onc s-lan'ls a good eh-in"e  at.  I he  very  least, of    being seriously  upset   nflcr c-aliug   a   crayfish   colonized  by bapm r>.   I'owo\er.    tlic remedy  has now been     discovered.   A   serum  has been     compounded which kills  lhe  microbe and     cures the ecrevisse.   It,  must he administered to the latter at  a tender age-   "1 he    crayfish is caught  when not more  than nine ironlhs .old.  vaccinated,    and put back    in the water, where    it lives a happy    life. Impervious to     rnicircihes. until captured  again for-the supper table.   Thc inoculation-is made at the tip  or the left  claw.    Ail     crawfish  thus  treated [are  marked   in'a particular way on   the  lip of the tail   'before being  piit back  into the water, so that they may  be.  easily        distinguished        afterwards,  -on'iin  "sutvi  in n.Kldns     Sui.-A'i* uori.w  fore, it is advisable to order only vaccinated     rcrivisses. and see Hint they  bear     the proper mn.rai    on   the   tail,  unless,  of course,  you are   a  coiiscicn  lions   objector.   ���������London   Exchange.  Look   in   Forcimnier's   window  and  soinethinjT   will  surprise you.   a   P ft-; N CESS, MARRIES  A LION  TAMER  Captain  Jack.   Ho-n-avita,   the   famous   A-incricin   lion   tamer,   who    has  ..just   iiiii.rried   the  Hclgiaii' Princess de  Moiil'.-;lyon.     has   been   telling       the  story   of   his   romantic   courtshi|) and  its  happy  denouement.    P.onavita is  just,   now appearing   in   tbe   IJostoclc  arena  at   Coney   Island.   Tt   Was there  last  year   lhat   he   met,   with  a terrible accident,    as    a result,  of which  one   of his arms   had   to   bo   amputated, -but:   his   loss  has   in   no way lessened    his ability     as      a lion-tamer.  The.  Princess, .who  i.s  related   to  the  ���������   house   of   Cararnan-Chimay,   first met  the  captain   two   winters   ago when  he     was    appearing  at  the Hippo-  HARTLEY    GISBORNE  Member  Can.    Society  of    Civil   Engineers  Member Institution of  Electrical Engineers,   England  Member  Ituernalional   Electrical  Congress   at St. Louis, 1904  ���������Eiesirical Engineer���������  P.  O. BOX 357," '   ���������     ' 1      '���������]   '   I   LADYSMITH, B. C.  Kf>   VEARS'  EXPERIENCE  %*&&__$@_m-i  45 '  "^"' Trade Marks  Designs  CopvniGKTG &c.  Under N ew Managment  Seattle, Wash,  Victoria, B.C.  One of which fs the famous "North  Coast Limited,"  Up-to-date.     Pullman   and-   Touriav  sleepers, on all trains.   Cheap round  trip  tickets,   good for three month*, '  to Eastern and   Southern points, on  sale Sept. 10 and  17.   Round trip tal  Philadelphia,    "Sept.     7lh, .to   lltb,-  $89.50, good for-three months.  0  , Excursion rates now n effect  to Portland Fair. Round trip  rate 99.65. Only direct line  toYellowstone Park.  Steamship   tickets on  sale to    all  European   points. Cabin accommoda-.  tion reserved hy wire,  reserved by wire.  For     furth-nr    particulars    call ot  write the ollice.        Pkona Main .ifi.  HENRY'S NURSHBES  NEW CROP���������  Home Grown 8c  Imported  GARDEN,    FIELD     ������nd FLOWER  SEEDS,  Hotel Wilson THOUSANDS OF fruit, &  A. ir CARLTON,  A.G.P.A.. N.P-,  ' Portland, Ore.  C. E. LAN������  General Agent  Victoria, B.C  Nanaimo, B.C.  McKinneJl &Woodbank.  Proprietors.  Modern and      Strictly  First Claas.  Commercial  Mens'  headouarters.  Fire Proof    Building.  fit my *iTTK 1 iy iL'iiiiuwui.iiiii   ������������.������....������.������ -  Sr,���������  01tlo.it n������ciic7 lorHPrurniiflKUi'iili*-  1'aLeiUs (:ikcn  tliroucli Jliiim & Co. receive  ipicial notice, "llliout -jharijo, in tlia  %tmm ic -Htnencati  HOTEL LELAND  TH6 CITY 7VYHRKe T  R. Williamsoa Prop  1st. Avenue Ladysmith B. C.  A lHMidiomoly IllivitnilP*. -voekly    I?���������''*1 ������}*  WM & Co.3C,Bro3dMy' New Yorl  'i1^!t,,!,.. .1,11"    ,':'. '���������' SI- V.*ii^iiii-.*l*.ii. v. c  (T. J.  Wellman, Prop., Vancouver.)  Onc block fLom C.P.R. Depot and  steamboat wharves.. Newly renovated and ire-modelled. Rates $2 per  day. Corner Qranville and "Hastings'  streets.  Telephone,  1-4. _"  9  i  I  i  1*a^'ia,^'������^.'������'rf.'������-^.^~'.^^'-^"^-^'-^-c*^-:*^^  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.   ,  VVM. MUNSIE, President J. W.   COBURN, Man.  Director  TalephoneJ-iO.  The   Ladysmith   Lumber Co   Ltd.  MILLS   AT   FTDIJICK   AND   LaAJDY SMITH���������Shingles  a  Specialty.  ��������� Miuiiifacturera    of���������  Rough and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., ofthe Best Quality.  Seasoned   and   Kiln   Dried   Flooring     and  Finishing     Lumber  la    Stock  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  SILVER ORES.    ;..  Smelting Works at '  LADYSMITH,B,'C.  Convenient to E. & N. Ry. or the Sea  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  .HODODENDRONS,  ROSES,  GREENHOUSE AND HARDY  PLANTS.  For Spring planting.    Eastern prices  or less.     Catalogue free.  3010  Westminster Road,. Vancouver.  Are You  -Going East  Then be sure your tickets read   vial  the  lip! Boat Dili,  nl  I0HO  Launch and Pleasure Boats of all  descriptions for Hire. Boats built  to order and Repaired. Spoon^oars a  Speciality.  HARRUP ANDHAYEDN.  BOAT     BUILDERS.  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON, TKOS. KIDDIE.  General Manager. Smelter Manager. \  p.;&p;i_&&K&*^*^K&K-&K-&&& ������i *���������&������<���������& 9iH-K-_ h*feft*-a**fe*R*-l^������>'fe*'<rt#  DAY SCHOOL.  ���������-���������''���������       ��������� ^"-. ��������� 1  ...'--.:','. -cr? '  .Usual'.' subjects taught; also languages, drawing in pencil and crayons, paint ng in oils and water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons given in classes ar individually.  .MISS BERTRAM,  Ladysmith, B   C. ->    ,  The  only  line now  making    UNION  DEPOT    connections at ST. PAUL;  and     MINNEAPOLIS    with       thd  through    trains    from    the    Pacifla  Coast.  THE SHORTEST LINE, THH  FINEST TRAINS, THE LOWEST.  RATES,  THE  FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITYaJ  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete  information ask youa  local agent or write,. "-  F. W. PARKER*  G ener&I   J gent(j  7*20 2nd Ave., Seattle.  LADYSMITH SHAVING  PARI ORS  HIGH STREET.  ;_:���������: BeBt in the City :���������:���������J  S'l  $*$,  ������1.  apket  [jeo. Kooer  s  Prop,  DID IT EVER STRIKE YOU?  That the place to RUV YOUR MEAT is  where  the slaughtering  done locally?    Wc are  not  depending   on    what  the Wholesalers send u.������  and      can     GUARANTEE   EVERY- THING to be FRESH AND CLKa  PA-NNELL-&   FLASKET  STFVENS BLOCK,       OATa-aCR" ������_"_JE.J,T LADYSM.TH  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000  i  HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO  IB. E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWINQ RATES:  $5 and under .*.    3 cents  Over $5 and not exceeding $10..    . 6 cent9  ������    $io        " " $30    10 cents |  ������������    $30        " " $50    15 cents. y  These Orders are Payable lit Par at any office iii C, nada of a Chartered Baflfc  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking- .pointy   II the United States.    '  NEGOTIABLE AT A  FIXED  RATE A  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERC' ���������, LONDON, ENG.  They form an excellent method of remittin   small sums of mouajr,  with (safety and at small   ;ost. _j  s,  LADYSVITF BRANCH   ���������-J ,W, A.  CORNWALL. Manager.  LADYSMITH BAKBRY  HOP LEE & CO.  j ON THE ESPLANADE.  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATLTi  BAKED AND FRESH,  Coafectionary of all kinds.  Orders taken for Paslriai to be delivered at auy time.  Employment Agencj  CUBAN CiGAR_FACTORY  Manufacturers ofthe Famous  CUBAN BLOSSOH  None bu   Union L,abor    Employed  Tl J. BOOTH, Prop.  ISN'T THAT SWELL?  Our customers are always plea*  ���������with the wall and ceiling papers'  they have selected from our chart  ingly varied stock, as well as wit!  lhe slcillfiil way our workmen hanj  it. General approbation is given on  interior decorations. May we mak*|  up an estimate ior you?  ladysmith Wallpaper Dept  HARRY   KfV  FIRST AVENUE DAILY^LEDGER  mmm__mmmm*mmw*mmmtmm__wmamm  >*:*h-h-  >.v^;~?.4^.fr4^:"H>^^���������������*rJ ��������� -H "1-������"I-*  /  wm  brewing Co  NANAIMO    B.1C.  flanufacturers of the  In jBritish Columbia  f    Lager Beer and Porter Guaranteed  Brewed  __  %     from the   Best Canadian Malt Run   Hops  FROM THE  FACTORY  TO YOUR  HOME  iv.  Freight  is a very considerable item  in the importation of  Furniture���������cs-j  pccjaily  amongst  the cheaper  tines  THESE WE MANUFACTURE  ourselves    fi-pm ��������� Native' Woods���������en  suring  the      LOWEST    POSSIBLE  -COST��������� and have^met, with GREAT  SUCCESS  from all inlroluced.  WE HENHON A HEW  Cooks treasure Tables  $5.00 ea  Kitchen Cupboard .or-Drcss-  pis .with Glass Do0rs in upper.    half.  Size 7It. 4, by  '   4ft 4" '. ' $12.50  .Msat     Safes, Fir,   Antique,  Outside   measurement 58x42-  *17 ..."   $4.ofl  I Have you'our Catalogue?  Miners' Drilling Machines,  Made to order and Repaired at short  notice.   Drill Sharpened. by v*   ���������  ways gives'satisfaction. Picks handled and repaired.  Shipsrriithing   in  al1     ita *3ranties  Horseshoers'and Genera! Blacksmiths.  R. LAWSON  Buller Street  -   -    - . -    Ladysmith, B C  uC  x  LADYSMITH TRANSFER CO.   x  PIa\NOS,  ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD    FURNITURE MOVED PROMPTLY A ND SAFELY.        Stables in the rear of the Ladysmith hotel.  Abbots ford.  Leave orders at   tha  FOR DISPOSAL OF MINERALS.  ON DOMINION LANDS IN MANITOBA  THE  NORTHWEST TERi  RITORIES     AND    TIIE YUKON  TERRITORY.  Coal���������Coal lands may be purchased  at $10 per acre for soft coal and $20  for anthracite. Not more than 320  acres can be acquired by one individual or company. Royalty at the rate  of ten cents per ton of 2,000 pounds  shall be collected on the gross output.  Quartz���������Persons of eighteen years  and over and joint stock companies  holding free miners' certificates may  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free mi^ei 's certificate is granted  for one or more years, not 'exceeding  five years, upon payment in advanct  $7.50 per annum for an individual,  and from $50 to $100 per annum for  a company,according to capital.  A , Irea     miner,  having discovered  mineral in place, may locate a claim  1,500x1,500 feet  by marking out the  lame with  two legal posts, bearing  location notices, one at each end   ol  the line of the lode or vein.  The claim shuil be recorded within  lifteeii   ' days if located within    ten  miles of a mining recorder's ollice, one  additional  day allowed  for every additional ten  miles or fraction.   The  lee for recording a claim is $5.  . At     least $100 must be expended  on the   claim     each year or paid to  the mining  recorder  in  lieu  thereof.  When $500 has been expended or pan.  the locator  may,  upon having a sur  vey made, and upon complying    witL  othvr requirements, purchase the lane  at $1.00 an acre.  Permission may be granted by tin  Minister of the Intel ior to locate  claims containing iron and mica, also  copper, in the Yukon- territory, of an  area not exceeding l(j0 acres.  'lhe patent for a mining location  shall provide for the payment of a  Royally" of 2_ per .cent, ol thc sale*  of the products of the location.  Placer Mining���������Manitoba and the  N.W.T., excepting the Yukon Territory���������Placer. mining claims generally  are 100 ft. square, entiy iec$5, re  new-able'yearly. Ou the-North Saskai  ohewan River claims are either bar  or bench, the former being 100 feet  long and extending between high and  low water mark. The latter includes  bar diggings, but extends back to the  base of the hill or bank, but not exceeding 1,000 feet. Where steam power is used, claims 200 feet wide may  be obtained.  - Dredging in the rivers of Manitoba  and the N.W.T., excepting the Yukon  Territory���������A Iree miner may obtain  only two leases of five miles each for  a term ol twenty years, renewable in  the discretion of the Minister of the  Iaterior.  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged bed or bars of the rivei  below low water marK, and subject  to the rights of all persoas who have  or who may receive, "entries for bar  diggings or bench claims, except on  the Saskatchewan  River,   where  the  lessee may dregde to high water marl  each alternate leasehold.  The lessee shall  have a dredge in  CAUGHT  FISH  AND   A  A   VALUABLE  IclNC  An English  paper says'   Th:- moiv  of how    a lucky     angler fuu ia t da-  <n .i J  r.,.t    said  to**e     -i.,.,  143   .���������_  JL i"J       ui  j\ fsh     caught  'n tin*  i. el  iht.k   c.j'ics fiom Portisij ,*L  ai   tin.  mou.'c    . ( ll-e  river  Avon,   i'tr \ear-.  Il (it-li.������������f been fine grey   aui'-i:   *��������� il^  P. .' ji.ep.d (luck, which is i.pp(A**i.l������������������ "r>  a-t'i ?-f(**.\es    water from, the .-c*-<,'.i  A go* J si.*-. ���������    fish recently m���������>.<-. I 'y  a o*i!  ar-oleur,      in  humble  ( '*rm-  oul  anything     unusual   oeuig  r.riKcd  staiv;   was tal en     home, -iid wiih-  il was  put  ui the larder.   So-nc   nne  later, when the     man's wife tame io  piepare lhe    fish      for  i-he  l.Jii*:,   .he  found  il had  swallowed  notci-';*  l.&'t  r^u't also a diamond ruig, which people  who have seen it declare to  he woilh  from ������25  to.������30.  The lucky find was  soon  talked about in the village,  and  the    local    anglers     are daily iu the  dock in the    hope   ' of securing a fish  containing     similar jewelry.       Slo-'  lies are current of men and ladies having    lost nngs,     watches, and other  valuables in the dock or i1������ vicinity.  hence the keenness of (he anglers now  ui almost constant attendance  WILLIAMS AND WA3X..T  ������4-������-M-M-*V-������"M-*)"M"f-f4-f-������-f4^������f-f-f^-M-M-f-f ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� t ��������� ��������� ������������������ ��������� ���������������������������+��������� ���������������������������+���������  4 ! operation within one season from the  .)  ������  X  X  X  X  X  X  _h%#*X������X������X������**X*X������X*X*XfX*X*X*X*X*X*X9X*X������X������X������  LIVERY, BOARDING AND       S  SALES STABLES  EXPRESS WORK  A SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  LADYSMITH J  *  *M������X������X������X9X������X������X������X^X������X������X������***m:������9*m***0***m*9*m*9  x PHONE 66  LIGHT TEAMING     "  Wood and Bark for Sale  ���������UGOIES FOR HIRE ':���������::���������:  Ser J.  KEMP, or leave orders with  BLAIR&  ADAM  ir-IRST  AVENUE  'PHONE 2-4.  W. SILER.  GENERAL EXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY DOVI*:.  Leave orders at the Abbotsford.  LA'DYSMITH AERIE     NO.  888, F.  0. E.     :���������:       :���������:        :-:       :���������]  Meets in the Opera Houae 1st and  Ird Tutsday at 7.30 p.m.   Worthy  President- B, Forcimmer;     Warthy  Secretary, C H. Rummings.  M. R. 81MPS0SH  Solicitor, Ete.  Money to    Loan  st. Avenue  LADYSMi  H. OMlLES  Contractor and Builder  REPAIRING  off all  kinds  pron  attended to.    Shop on Gataere  date of the lease for each five miles,  but where a person or company has  obtained more than one lease one  dredge for each fiftee. nn*es or fraction is sufficient. Rental, $10 per  nnum for each mile ot river leased.  Royalty at the rate of 2| per ceat.  ollected on the output after it exceeds $10,000.  Dredging in the Yukon Territory-  Six leases of five miles each may be  granted to a free miner for a term of  twenty years, also renewable.  The Uwsec-s right is confined to the  submerged bed or bars in the river  below low water mark, that boundary to ba fixed by its position on the  latday of August in the year ofthe  the date of the lease.  The lessee shall have one dredge la  operation within two years from the  date of the lease, and one dredge for  each five miles within six years from  such date. Rental, $100 per mile for  first year and $10 per mile for  each subsequent year. Royalty, 6ame  as placer  mining.  Placer Mining in tho Yukon Territory���������Creek, gulch, river and hill  claims shall not exceed 350 feet in  eflgth, measured on the base line or  general direction of the creek or gulch  the width being from 1,000 to 2,000  feet. All other placer claims shall be  250 feet sc-uaie.  Claims are marked by two legal  posts, one at each end, bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within ten miles of mining Recorder's office. Onc extra day allowed for each  additional ten miles or fraction.  Thc person or company staking a  claim must bald a free miner's osrti-  ficate.  The discoverer of a new mine is entitled to a claim of 1,000 feet in  length, and if-thc party consists of  two, 1,500 feet altogether, on the out  put of which no royalty shall be  chargen, thi rest of the party ordinary  claims  only.  THE    KHEDIVE  OF   EGYPT.   x  The  Westminster   Gazette  of  a recent date eaid:  The Khedive i.s  a fine specimen of  the  alt-round   man.���������the  student    and  the 'athlete.    He  learned   English  as  a child, under >utors specially, sclcclr  ed and sent to Cairo for his benefit.  His  knowledge  of  languages  is  extensive.    During  the course of       an  audience     day it frequently happens  that he discusses  questions of  slate j  with   the  British ��������� and United Stales I  diplomatic   agents   in   excellent/    Eu-  glish,   with   the   representative      of  [���������'ranee in faultless French, and with  the .German In the choicest language  of thc Ai.s-wi.in     court.  Later,     he  conducts     affairs with  the Sultan's  representative; in  Turkish,   and   may  conclude the day by presiding over a  council  of  lv,s  ministry,   when      all  sorts      of    intricate    details ���������    are  arranged in "Arabic,   the native   tongue of Egypt,  and  one of  the most  diOicult  of   languages.. But   even this  does  not  complete 1 the  list.       Tbe  evening may  see his highn.ss at  the  theatre  listening   with  pleasure     to  and  understanding  the opera rendered in  Italian.  Thc  Khedive is a strict "Mohammedan  and as such eschews  both wines  and spirits.   His abstinence goes even  further,   for in    a country! where  everybody' smokes he will have nothing to    do Willi thc  fragrant weed.  Like1 his father, he  is  a monoganisl,  although  his   religion .allows       him  four     wives.    Ife     is  known  to   lie  greatly attached  to his consort, who  was a Circassian  lady of the Khedi-  vial  household  before her  marriage.  In -fatit,  he is essentially  a clomcstffc  man  and  is  very  fond  of  his children.    .  When at his  place at Koubch some  five miles  from  Cairo,   the  Khedive  lives   after   much   thc   same, fashion  us might  a. great English  landowner  of  the most modern   type.  He keeps  a  splendid    stud,  and   his  beautiful  horses,   English-bred  as .well   as   Arabs,  are  bis  special   pride.    On J tho  estate itself lie has  brought  into use  the  latest  things  in f American  agri-  cullurcal machinery,  and he taken an  active part in  the supervision  of h s  numerous' farms  and .cotton   plantations  in the Nile Valley���������from which  indeed,  he derives the large  part of  his vast private wealth.  His  official  income  in ������100,000 a year,  and    an  eqaial  amount  js  paid   to  the-other  members  of the Khedive  family.  DEATH  OF  A  GREAT  JiASUTO   TIGHTER.  Lerothodi,   J.usuto,  chief,   and  last  of the great native rulers,   is dead.  I lis  death   on  Saturday  last was re-  Ported from  Aliwal North,  says  the  Daily /Mail.  Desperate    fighter,  keen   diplomat,  and able  ruler,  Lerothodi  made   lus  mark in the history of South  Africa  from  the  time he became chief.   He  was   leader   of  a nation   of   200,000  people jealous  of their freedom, born  fighters  keen  for  battle,   and   in  the  Iroublors    limes     when  the govern,  ment of Basuloland  was sliiTting between   Cape   Colony and   thc  Imperial   government,      Lerothodi proved  his   leadership.   He  was  a big,  stout  man,      who in his  later  days   wore  European  clothes,   even in   the kraal.  He was described as t*Le "Pai'amoun  Chief,"   of   the  Basulns,   a' position  largely due to thc fact   that he  was  descended   from  1he  chief who  founded the  tribe   in  the eaily   pffrl      of  the  century.  Lerothodi was parliculai ly prominent in the "Gun War" of l.SSO,  which was an unsuccessful attempt  by Cape Colony to disarm the Basil tos. When a great mecliiu; ,of chiefs  and people was c-illr-d to the Residency, Lerothodi professed much loyalty to the Queen.'  Mis.   Barkly,   wife,  of Commandant  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH  WEST MINING REGULATION'S.  Coal���������Coal  lands  may  be purchased at $10 per acre for soft coal   anil  $20  for  anthracite.  Not  more  than  320 acres can be acquired by one individual or company.   Royalty at the  rate    of ten cents per ton of. 2,000  pounds    shall     be collected on  the  gross  output.  Quartz���������A free miner's certificate is  granted upou payment in advance of  $7.50 per Annum for an individual,  and from $50 to $100 per annum for  a company, according to capital.  A- free miner, having discovered  mineral in place, may locate a claim  1,500 y_ 1,500 feet. The fee for recording a claim is $5.00  At least $100 must be expended on  the claim each year or paid to the  mining recorder in lieu thereof. When  ?f>00 has been expeiidod or paid, the  locator may, upon having a survey  made, and upon,complying with other requirements, purchase the Jand at  $1 an acre.  The . patent provides for the payment of a royalty ol 2i per cent on  the sales.  PLACER  mining claims   generally  are 100 feet square; entry fee $5, renewable yearly.  A free miner may obtain two leas  Colds  wu i ���������M *a*cakea������ tha- taaga, !bm������>-  ���������n tha *taHty aa4 fKgaics tb*  far fa������ man aniens *M������.  vkfck aw tlw t*������  rftaauim  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy  kaa *������am tts gi-aat aopadarity by to  fS������Bft ones ������f tbiaawMtcoanaaaa  ailment. &*!__������ mxp__e*anti*it,t+.  lama th* hrsca aaat aoena the  atrwrkaw, cff-BcHag; ��������� specdj aad  paaaaata* on. tt ���������avateiacta  aay tmiuirj far* oaamatoiiia.  ��������� >ric������������������ 25c, Larf* Size _m.  ������������������v^^B^BsawaslaaiHavBI VHHB vHHal  Dr. J)ier can be fouad at any tin-Hal his office on High street. His den  tal   work  is  guaranteed   to bo flrst--  class and -rates reasonable at-  Barkly,   tells  the story.   He  ale ic\ir   cs  to  dredge for gold   of  five miles  and  cake,  was  most  polite,  and  at    eacI* for a term of twenty years, re-  Ihe  end   of  the   repast  said:   "Does  the great white Queen wish it' If so,  wc  are her children,  and must Obey  our  Great  Mother."      Unfortunately  he     utterly failed lo carry  out his  promises.   Mrs.   Barkly  described the  nerxl   f.'*nc she saw Lerothodi,  when  his  behavior   was  diffcienl.   -She was  waiting at the court house to     receive him and  the  other chiefs.  "Presently,"   she  says,   "hundreds  :;n 1  hundreds    of mounted   Basutos,  with Lerothodi   at theh- head,     and  I armed   to  the  teeth,   dished   past  us  into  lhe  little  town   al Ma'eleng at  full  gallop,   the   spears,   battle-axes,  and    assesj.ias    gleaming  in  the sun,  shouting as  they rode  in the     war  cry of the Basutos."  Later     Lctolhodi    became  a loyal  subject of the  "Great White Queen."   -o   Appointments may be niaile at any  time for^ dental work at Dr. ^Dier's  on High street st  newable at the discretion of the Min  ister of the Intarior.  The lessee shall have a dredge in  operation .within one season from the  date^ of Ike lease for each five miles.  Rental, $10 per annum for each mile  of river leased. Royally at the rate  of 2\ per cent collected on the output after it exceeds $10,000.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy  of the Minister of  the In'  'eriar.  HILBERT  PAINTING,        PAPERHANQjNa  ETC.  Work done properly and at ripM  prices. Shop and resideace in tm<  of Ladysmith Hotel.  J. E. SMITH, Pr6r<  Ladysmith Tetnpfe No.' S Rathbor  Sisters meets in tiie Oddfellow'  2nd and 4th Tuesday at T.30 p. ���������  Mrs. Katw Tata, secretary.  zsaBnszMmam���������utmmmmBaamsssiBMi  NOTICE.  From this dale the undersigned  will not be responsible for any indebtedness incurred except on a  written orflcr signed hy the secretary  Rowland Machin.  V. I.  EXPLORATION & DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.'  Non Personal Liability.  Victoria, B. C, May 18tb, 1905.  'omptroller.  No free miner shall receive a grant  f more than one mining claim     on  eaeh separate river, creek or  gulch,  but the same miner may hold     any  number of claims by purchase,     and  free miners may work their claims in  partnership by filing notice and paying a fee of $2.00.   A claim may    be  abandoned and another obtained    on  the same creek, gulch or river by giv-  ng notice and paying a fee.  Work  must be done on a claim each  year to the value or at least $200.  A certificate that work has      been  done must be obtained each year;     if  not, the claim ^la'.I be deemed to   be  abandoned,  and     open  to occupation  and entry by a free miner.  The boundaries of a claim  may   be  defined absolutely by having a survey  made and publishing  notices   in   the  Yukon oflicial  Gazette.  Petroleum���������All   unappropriated  Dominion lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories, and within tke Yukon  Territory,  are open lo  prospecting for  petroleum, and  the Minister  may reserve for an individual or company  having machinery  on the  land  to be prospected, an area of 1920 acres for such period as be may decide,  the length of width shall not exceec  three times thc breadth.  Should the prospector discover oil  n paying quantities, and satisfactor-  ly establish such discovery, an area  not exceeding 640 acres, including the  oil Well will be sold to the prospector at the rate of $1.00 per acre ar.;'  the remainder of the tract reseirvcu  namely, 1,280 acres will be^sohi:  at the rate ot three dollars an  acre, subject to royalty at such rate  Any  Kind  of  Job  Printing  Done Promptly and  WELL  At  the  LEDGER  Office  BOOTS  AND SHOES AT RIGHT  PRICES.  Repairing and making to order   a  speciality.  THOHAS JVICEWAIN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B. O.  HAY. GRAIN AND  FARM oRODUGt  Orders will be delivered anywhere  in the .city promptly oui at the lew  est possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie's, oa ta*  Eaplanadt ���������  .   JA8. eHlUTGJCK.  1  ������������������  Plans, Specifications and Da- ������������������  tails     furnisheal for all kii-rjg ������������������  ������������������   of work in the CARPENTER ������������������  ������������������  Line aa  '���������  C   B.  ROBELEE,  Carpenter "*  ������������������  and Joiner,     2nd,������ve, Lady- ������������������  ������������������  smith, B.  C.                        ��������� '��������� m-  NOTICE.  Persons found using our Patent  Bottle or Stoppers after this notice,  will be prosecuted. ��������� :-  HUMMING BROS.  Pioneer Soda Water Works. .;  Ladysmith. B.C.,  .1  CALEDONIAN  !������.  Leads Them    All  IN QUALITY'  -:o:-  Pianos and  Organs ..  Ladysmith, B.C.  R. P. RITHET,  &Co., Ltd  Pacific Coast   Agency  VICTORIA, :���������: :-  ���������: .-: :��������� B.C.  GEO. YUEN  Merchant Tailor  Ladsymith  ^    w*  B.  C.  PAINTING  AND  PAPERHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done  S. ROEDDING   -  Orders Promptly   Executed      LADYSMITH  as may be specified by order-in-coun-  Entry fee, $1*9.   Royalty at jjie rate-. cil-  of two and one-half per cent,  on the! JAS. A.  SMART,  alue of the .-old shipped from     the       Deputy Minister of  ths Interior,  fukon Territory to be paid bo    the    Beuartrntot of the Interior, ^  1st   Avenue  Public Notice  Attention is called to the    fact that the  Ogilvie Flour flills Co.,  Limited,  makers of  ROYAL  HOUSEHOLD   FLOUR,     have for some time  past beea producing flour in a   vastly  improved and  purified foraa  by the aid of ELECTRICITY  and having seemed control of   all the basic patents relating thereto, take this opportunity of advising  the public that  any  unauth-.  ���������rized users ������f the electrical   flour purifying processes will be pre-  secuted.  Ogilvie Flour Mills Company Limited  are *h.o  only    millers in. Canada wliase     Tlotir  iapacifie 1 by t_& eleo* iopz-ooaa  ������o������ -������ ������  THfi   DAltY   LEDGER  . *���������*.  Z. .~~T.������n f. K",  LOCAL IM  I  FOR SALE���������A fbsl class Flint.  Confeclioneij, Ice Cieani Pai-  loi and Cigai Stand, "doing a. fine  Uusiness ofo\ei J100 per,,month  Rent ������.12. Goodwill, stoic, house,  , furmluie and livings, an foi Cash.  $750 Apply to  THE REALTY  SYNDICATE,  231 Abbott St., Vancouu'i  or on  the picnnscs of Airs.  J.    II  'Tale, Ice Qieam PaUoife, Esplanade,  Ladj snnlh.  WANTI-ID���������A smart boy as aPPien-  tiCe to painting and papeiing tiade  Apply to     Ilauy  Kay.  Ulis   I\l   Ingham ga*-c biith  to     a  son  last   -week.  ]\Ii   W       Akenhead letuincd on tlu  moi in liter's tiain fiom Nanaimo.  %\-/-\  ifBiTION  1905-SEPTEiVlSER 27 TO  OCTOBFR  7-1905  Under the  Auspices of the Royal   Agricultural and  Industrial  Society  NEW WESTMINSTER  B.   C.  $100,000.00  IN  PRIZES  AND  ATTRACTIONS  $100.1! 00.00  lYS' SGH OL  SUITS  3C  Miss L.     Ingham was    among  the  pASsengcis fiom Isanauno tins moin  mg.  I)i   R   I,   Du-i came hack fiom Na-  n.iimo tins morning  Ealarged grounds, new, handsome and spacious buildings.  WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS in ROWING and LACROSSE,  HORSE RACING, Broncho "i i-sliug," Military Parades aad Bareraises.  ROYAL IRISH GUARDS and ethei Famous BANDS.  GRAND W.TER C \RM''AL-Parade ������f Kisser Ri^er Fisliiug Fleet  Paliol Boats, 1I.M. Warships, Indian War Canoes, etc. Iadiaa spalls.  Tor all infoimalion wnte W. II. KEARY, Secretary aad MaaaS������r,  Naw Webtminslei, B. C.  "Mi- R Piudci, who -has been spend  ing a few months in Ladysmith, 1- I  on 1 lie Piinccss Be.itcice this nioin-  mg  fen   the noLlh.  ___m������������-&������LZJS������L  _S_^_y^____^__^SiS^S^^SSS^^^S^  Camp    Fi\e has    closed down foi a  month,     while icpamng    tngmes and  loadwuys,    The   men   weie  paid  oil.  but an whoso desiiewiil be taken on  agam ui about a month  Tlic "Abhotsroid     has been    laving  down  a lot   of new caipctmg   lately  and  making everything m pr.Uois and  sleeping     moms coinfoi liable   roi  tlic  fwmtci months, now not so fai off  The basketball, and football teams  weie out piact-.ciiig yestciday nftci-  noon, showing evccllent foim 11 ey  have vet" two weeks in which to get  mbo shapj heroic ihey slail 101  Pol Hand  Thc news ota dnecl boat once a  week to V\,ncou\or and leturn >s  most welcome 11 should be nu.ic  fiequcnt and it may he expected with  confidence that with the beginnin,- of  nevt seasrjp we shall ha\e a tiuiy  seiMceof oui own   nkciy a daily o;>e  With book and slaie  under his arm he goes  trudging along to  school  Buthowabouthis Clothes?  Bring him in and let  us fit him, out with  one of bur serviceable  suits especially built  for strong boys, to  stand the strain of  school boys' pranks.  5 to 10 years, $2 to $2.95  10 to-16 years, $4 to $7.50      Motor Caps, new this  season, 25c������  Spare   Pants,     made  out of gook tweed ,fg  Reg. 85c. Now s������c  July 8. of the'present yeai, and within a few hours - of starting a number  of sword-biades _ were found. Since  at vanous times during the seaich,  othei di'scoverirs were made These  included seven Spanish silver corns,  dated 1580. and several cannon balls,  found op the lw.nl. near, or under;  winch the rugate is supposed to lie.  Two yeais ago a bionze breech-  loadmg gun was brought up, and m  17-10 a brass cannon of exquisite  workmanship was brought up. Pistols, huge imks of chain, and pieces  of eight have also been found at var  ious times.  TO WNrilTE EXTENSION  Adjoining the. old 1 ownsite of  DUNCANS, V. I.  A small area has been laid off  at  in town lots which are no w offered  AT   THE   VBBOTSFORD.  Rnbt. Riyden, Vit toila.  ' J.   d.   Leig,  Vancouvei.  A. Fienck, Vanunner.  Rev      R   Boyle lea\es for  Como\  tomon'ow lo take i-haigc of the Pies  byteiun chinch al  th.it place dining  the absence of Rc\. I\l envies  Yestciday     IMx   I\Uv;      a Idoslc   of  New "i oik,     accompanied hy foreman  CJrillin,   of Camp  .'>    pail   a   usit   to  lhe tmesis back ot Ladysmith toi the  purpose ormioimnig lnmseif ofthe ac-  'tucil .conditions oi the giowing timibei  or Vancomei Island    Mi   Mo&tc   who  is copneclcd with the loicstiy dep.n t  ment of the IniUd St.'lc-., was j-iu* If  impicsscd     with thc section  lie saw  He pionounccd    it a magiufiunt body  and   ciass     oftunl.ei   such as is per  haps not   found   in   any other pail of  ihe  woiid    The   forests oi thc  Gieat  Lakes   section,   Alicgig'.an,    Wisconsin,  and of Acinic   ha*.o     been rapidly dc-  pictrd 01 late \eais   and the P.miap'?  canal   >\iii  on  its compicLon   01   ecu  duni'C     'Is     coiislruclion make such  demands on  Pntiih  Columbia  tmir-ci  lhat   it Is.      one of  nm   01 cat   ,^ss Its  winch will   sjns     All   AIo-.tr   uicica*-c  inpidiv  c\eiv   acpi   hcieaitcr    Foicsl  fires   be smc*;������c-.1"������1   '   Miouid be iv>' st  caiefuiiv     ernprded      noamsl   for on**  gieat fin-  in thc     sr-c-lion he saw   yes  lord*"-  would  iloginot   damn ire  ATi    TUc-lc left on   the c\nnnj; fi.n'  foi   A'ictoii.i  LOW   PRICES   AN    D  ON J3ASY TERMS.  The futuie of  the  Cowichan      District  and  Vancouver   Islaad  will   exceed   expectations   and   this is a good chance  f-   a safe and  profitable  investment.  SEE PLANS AND PRICES  Agents, J. STEWART J. H WM1TTOME  Ladysmith,  V.  I. " Buncans,     V.  I.  ENGLISHMAN'S   REMARKABLE   '  CLIMBING FEATS  a^ft^HH  Wiitmg onl the subject of Alpine  climbing. , a Geneva coriespondent  states that Mr. Ryan, of London,  though only twenty-one years of age,  has ior the past five years been an  enthusiastic climber 'Ihis summer he  has surpassed ail lus former fcatf?.  Accompanied by the guide Lock-  matter, of Zermatt, he started from  Chamonix, and by a new way-ascended the A'giniie Verle 13,5*10 feet m  ' height, a peak winch i������ considered by  many to be thc, most difficult and  jdangeioius m the Mont Blanc lange,  on acccuntof the continuous fan of  stones In the same weeta Mr Ryan  climbed the Aguilles de Giepcn- Chc-r-  moz and Bia-licre, all above ll.'OOO  feet high, and in the ascent of each  he. chose a new route The ascent of  Mount Blanc or the Motcrhcrn cannot bo compared-'with climbs such as  these, where the diflicuities to lie ovei come and tlic need of endurance are  much greater  Not long after, Mr Ryan ascended  to iyc lop of the Dome, 1*1.941 feet  in hciglit, m one day, a feat winch  has never before been accomplished in  less than ,fifty-four hows On the following day, aftci passing the night  among lhe rocks, "wheic he,was exposed to the cold and avalanche of  In a notice appearing in these col- stores, he cim.cd m succession the  umns on Thursday last slating that I Dom-ock Da������chhorn and M.schabei-  the football club proposed giung an- J0ck, descending to Saas Fee'onthe  other' .concert shortly, it was ic- | same'davra feat which is nicely to  maiIced" that   the  boys   intended   giv-'iemam on recoid for many years  Walters &  Akenhead  OPENING  UP BUSINESS  SEP. 1ST. 1905  *    TITCAS   OF THE CITY  BAKERY,   OFFERS  A   CHANCE ON A  A* TIIRKK-S'IORY   ORNAMENTAL     CUvE,   VALUH.tIG  FOR  FAEU   P 'ItCllASE   OF  M.O   0   WORTH   OK BREAD TICKLFS.  DRAWING   TO   TAKE   PLACE   SEPTEMBER  PAYDAY,   1S������3.  ���������Caksan visw f City Bakery-  Store    Lately     Occupied  by   John  Thompson,   complete with counter  and fixtures.  Rent $."5 per i-mntb, App'y to  RUSSELL 51MPSDN  ing a fust  late affaii   this   time    By  llus    The     Ledger   did  not  by  any  means   intend   to  insinuate   that   the  last  conceit   given   unclei   1he   auspices of    the club, was  not  a success  On  the contrary,     as oui   account of  Lhe  witei tainmenl   appearing   August  2'Jth will show,  the last conceit) was  a pi o������ on need   success,   thc   prolamine,  although  shoit,   being most en-  tei laiimio, and a credit to the ladies  who  had  thc afiair  in hand.  Wc  un-  dcistand   the   footr-aU'cIub   is  again  endea\oiing     tosccuie the valuable  sei\nes of     thos'c  ladies, and  tiust  they -will be successful,  as  a conceit  ui such capable hands will lie a sac-  cess.  MARINE  Tug  mysteiy with  a baigc,  was in  from  Vancoinei   this  morning  ���������     ���������     ���������  S S.     Piinccss     I'eatiic-e cailic  m  this inoiiimg   and   aitci   taking     on  fuel, tell foi   the noith.  /       ���������   ���������   ���������  Colliei   A/tec arrived  in   port  this  moinn0 foi   a full  caLi-,0  of coal foi  'Fnsco.  t    ���������    ���������  S.S.    Wellington    aimed  in  poit  fin  coal  this  nioining  iol   San Fian-1 expeiienccs shook his  head  L1 SCO  Rend the nd eit-'-emeiit in onntbe*  cor-umn of Peterson's. furniture bai-  crains. ' '  There was very little, if any money  bet in   LadysmUh on   the  Brilt-Neison  fight  which     was  pulled  off on  Saturday.    Apparently      those     who   rancy  the lighting  game  saw  a closely mat-,  died   pair of   youii-j; .alhlelcs   puni'mcl  each   other  in grand     style  for about  an hour.    It    was anybody's  tight  all  the  way -through,   but,   Britt  was  dethroned   fro-iii. the      lightweight   chain-  ���������jiioiiShip and      now Nelson is the man  the boys and      matinee gins will  admire   until   some  other   fellow    comes  along'and  whips   the Swed������.  and  this  win'not he     many years, say the ,.:������������������-  tic 'authorities.  MISSED   ..ROM     PllI/.K   LIST  Utention     oi ail     runt   gLOweis  '"  Ihilish      Columbia fioin  Noi lb   1'cnd |j  \vist is called to  an erioi o>  onnssion  hi the    othciai      pn/c list ior the Do  mimon E.vln In lion    lobe hehl ui New  West.iiiinsfer    from September  27   to  .bet.  7.   First, second third and fourth  prizes of     respectively  $7,  ?'i.   $2.50,  and   $1.00.   for    the  best collection.'of  [cars by     individual growers,   ten  valid ies,    five of     each,  were * roviikd  ���������and      should    have appeared    as   ^o.  11 lo. ion page    .{-'Oof the list.  A supplementary slip is being issued  to (over   this omission,     and will   be  -naircd  to all intending exhibitors  iiitere-urd.  'I ho  Sunday-    Frisco   Examiner   will  contain      a fun    account- of the  I'.iitv-  N'clson      fig-lit.   Get       it .:t   Knight s  li-opk  Store  Wednesday  .. iernoon  hi Laundry Soaps We  Have  GC:il3AGES   MAGICAL   1 21 .BARS  $1.00'  13  |  CLIMAX (ollJ hr)  1 4 BARS FOR $1-00  P   THOMAS,' SOAP .���������  ���������'  18 BARS FOR l\.00  WORK FOR  SUNKEN  FRIGATE   SUSPENDED^     ..-   ..  Diving qpeiations in To] p-jimoiy Bay' longn  he was now too icebie to make  Use Porter's Antiseptic Healiaj  Oil, freely guarantod, for aale only  at the Drug Store.       -   ������  *^*"    ���������-   ���������   ���������  ���������o ��������� -   '  ANCIENT     MAN  _ "   TOOK      A      TRIP.  A lemarkabie man aiiiveifat Liverpool a shoil tunc ago, fLom Canada,  i'ojiiegir by name, a Roumanian Jew  and proceeded lo London, LayoL  lie has'-rcViched, the piatiiaich.ni age  oi 107 -j*eais, and has the distinction  of having med Uireo ccntunes ILs  e.\tiaordinaiy vitality is shown by tho  fact that, some tune ago he determined to ed logo lo Canada to see Ins  lluce sens, who settled here many  yeara ago The eldest of the -tluee  has passed his 88th year. The old  fatheL, who shows woiwleiful mental  and 'physical vigoi, has a, typical  Jewish iace, with snow-white hair  railing o\ti Ins.shouideis, winch aro  now bent    with the weight of yeais.  He was 'accompanied from Canada  by David G roi IT, who* although 06 is  looked upciiby the oeiilenanan as  quite ti}oung man. Mi JPoplegir  sj eats onlv Roumanian and \ idd-s,  and   when as\-od  to relate sonic <-r his  and. f aid  that Ins mind was tco full oi the  pai tuig from Ins sons lo think of any  lh ng else He saul farewell lotlem  foicvci, foL o������.en if Ins life wercspaied  OUR  MILLIN  T - -i 1T, - __.  Is now being opened up  .        . ��������� ^,.  These Goods Will Not Need Introduction. >Ve  Aim t* Please. Our Selections are Carefully  Made. Our Prices are Right and We Import  Direct From the Manufacturers.  Our large range of Fall Hats in la-  test designs will be on view tomor-  row.  SIMON LEISER &C0 Uu.  OATACRS ST  saiMi  I.ABYSMITH  W.G. Fraser  :,        ; MerclianiTailor,* . 1  ' .������������������-.". '(ibtJAvenueL ,     ��������� i;^ s  Spring Stock.on hand. Call early and  get your choice  SPORTSMAN " ATTENTION  NEW  CONSIGNMENTS"OF, .SMOKELESS'SHELLS IN THE :  .   '   FOLLOWING  wELL  KNOWN" MAKES: '      -> \j  "KYNOCK".   "ELEY"      "EMPIRE -SHORELESS"  WHEN SOLD IN  LOTS OF   ONE HUNDRED. FOB ���������    \ -    -  Cash   $2.50  NOW- IS THE  TIME  TO  SECURE  .     - -   .'   CHEAP.  A      HAMMEK   ,   GUH.  LADYSMITH HARDWARE- COv Ltd  idi       tlic pmposc    01 (hscoveiing   lost  Spanish     Ireasuie ha\e been dis-con-  lilined 101 tl.c season  lhe   task oficmoMiig  the mountain  anothci "   voyage aeioss  thc  Atlantic |  Ailei a shoit stay m London ihe old  man   will proceed to Jalla,  thence to  ���������liuusaicm, ui    fulfillment of an ambi- |  01 clay and    bouidcis i\uig nis.de and   lion he has long   cherished lo jnd Ins  davs theie  $1,500���������Cash   and   $1,600   in   S'years  al  ij  pci  aent. buys  20-aore  larm  on������     mil*  fiom iDuncan    12 acrcfe  undoi}    , cul%l%abipn.   Eigjil-iioomed  Iiousb  and  laije fiama barn.  iUOO���������For   lot   and   two   sl0iet.  ceutie  ut City.  Good terniB.  In  : AS*������S������������Z������r.  ave you fried  NABOB TEA?      .  Best 50c. Ceylon Tea in the  Market  r^cTvracTOTXJ-OM  1*  &  brneon'  *9   -a--"  mirtibAMS   BLOCK.      -   ���������     ���������  ���������   ��������� TBLBPHONB 8-7  g  TOILET SOAP  CAPCO FLOATING  3 BARS for 25c.  QUEEN'S -BATH  3 BARS for 25c.  CREST  Gloating)  4 BARS 86 c.  CASTILE (pure)  G CAKES 25c.  FANCY  BOXES TOILET,  ��������� SOAP AT   aiound the hulk of the Admuji o'  Fioiencc has pio'.ed too gieat for tho  appliance*-. on-board thc (hung ship  Bcainei, hut Captain Bums and Ins  dneis novl.now the d-thcuities of  tin* undcilakiiig and aie ina position  to advise the syndicate who ha\c entiled upon the search foi the sun-ken  liiasuic as to what mil be ncccssaiy  lo cany the cntcipn^c to a successful issue. There is little doubt but  that if the steam power bad,l.cc 11 trebled, and the stall of' divers propor .$������80���������Cash and  tionateiy increased, t.he stern Of the  treasure ship would two been reached  heforc nov. and the position of the  strong room definitely ascerlainerl. $-200���������CasU. and '$10 per month buys  divers were within the fote hold or..the j tine four-roomed house with ���������Pantry  is IR feet deeper in the silt, and this; and bath-room. Water, laid on; fine  vessel two years ago. but the stern [ gardan.  has added immensely to the difficulty  of lhe operations.  $400  on  mortgafcc  buys   two   fine lobs   lew   yards from  Postoilica.  1  $300���������Cksh and   $250   0n  time buys a-  The.    work of exploration began on      j,iC(. 7-roomed house. Everything  in  'PH0NB  2-4 PH������NE  24.  BARGAINS  first-class  order.  jjgjggpgy*^^ I  DON'T BE  PERSUADED WITH  SMOOTH  'TALK     TO BUY EYE-  'GLASSSS OR   SPECTACLES  WHEN YOU DON'T^NEED  THEM  OUR PRACTICE   IS   NOT      TO  ADVISE   THEIR  USE   BY   ANY  ONE WHEN WE FIND THAT TH  SIGHT IS .NOT AFFECTED.,  SMOOTH TALK   CAN CON-VINCE YOU FOR THE TIME BE  ING THAT YOU NEED GL ASSES     AND     LATER     COMES  DISSATISFACTION.   THIS    DOES  NOT  HAPPER  WITH US-  -W-E HAVE ANY NUMBER OF      REFERENCS *   TO   SHOW,  FROM RESIDENTS  OF THIS CITY     AND SURROUNDINGS.  WE TEST YOUR EYES' BY THE   LATEST METHODS   FREE  OF  CHARGE     AND  GUARANTEE   OUR  WORK.    WE   CARRY THE BEST QUALITY OF  OPTICAL   GOODS.   OUR PRICES ARE MODERATE.  B.FORCiMflER  WATCHMAKEK,   JEWELER,   OPTSCiAN  First Avenue,   X   X   X      Ladytwilh,   B. C  ^s^3ssa_is^^!s^_m&s^ms^ssstr  Stoves  Pattern and Latest  We are making them of ths Nawjst  Styles.  .,���������������������������   WE DOALL KINDS OF FOUNDRY;WORK r  ��������� :: ���������'������������������'������������������"- Our Priaes ara Raaaona,   hie  SEE OUR   NKW STOVES IN  BLAIR AND ADAM'S WINDOWS.  LADYSniTrl IRON & STOVE WORKS CO, LTD.  DOUBLE  BEDSTEAD   COTVTPLETE '  WITH MATTRESS FOR           |  $10���������Per mouth rents a nice house on  Second Avenue. Sphndid cellar.^  Chicl.an and   Wash-houses.  COUCHES,    HEAVY TAPESTRY  COVERING, .  .$7.50  tin DO   l''ur  Sale���������Pure   Bre-d   Gordon   seller  4>1U.UU-.    |1(jggj      best    |)elljKrea.   Also   Black  Coclier'Spaniel.  Call   and   get   rar-  GO-CARTS  and BABY  BUGGIES  ������������������������������������  A  SNAP.    .  ONE . TICKET     WITH EVERY  j  Houses   to  rei*t.  j    tieHlars.  I Fire,   Idfe  and   Accident  Insurance.  DOLLAR  PUB CHASE   GOOD  FOR       Deeds,   Wills      M-ortgi.^ ��������� Con-  ONE    CHANCE      ON     A HAND-^ tracts   ,nd   Agreements  Drawn.  SOME  KITCHEN   QUEEN   CABI.   i eTru;*nT  NET, VALUE, THIRTY DOLLARS J.    STE^yAI< I  Conveyancing     ^  Dr. Dier's ofiia is:. open aven-lags  a������d appoliitmcatB c������ui b������ made "for  work at any tini* through the week.  Only first-Glass dantal worl������ is turned out and it- is done at taasonaib-le  prioat st  First Glass Statioaei'y can be got  ������.t Knight's Book Stora., Look, in  tk������ window a*������d see far yourselves.  Get your  ser &Co.'a.  "Umbrella at Simon L������i-  " Best tobacco,  fruit and Gaudies at  Cartor'a,  First ATeuua.       .  Dfo e. b.;.  Surgeon Dentist  All work guaranteed, anil at rea������a������*/]  able rates.  Hif|h St. Ladysmitli  OPEN AT ALL I30UB*.  C. PETERSON'S Store  jCor. 5th. and Roberts St.  p. O. BOX 268  FOrl RKNT.  Tke hotel apartmautc of the Port-  laad    Hotal,      sonsistini  of   twenty  rgoLas,      Ucladiaj   kitcken,   pantry,  ���������j-tofa-raoms,   14  bedrooms,   well   fur-  ui-:h������d,   ������te.   Tlw house,   without  the  bar, will bG leaset by tha andershjn-  oi  at  vary  reasonable   rates.     Call  ki ^       n un.   and look orer   the aramises.  A good  Notary Public ... , j ,, '  boarding house keeper san do well.  ANGELO TATE,  Proprietor,  Ah //'Wing ���������* #.  Merchant Tailors!  Ladles' and Gents' Clothes Made to^  Ordfr.v  PERFECT FIT OUARANT'': ���������">���������  LADYSMITH,   B.  C.

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